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Positioning Furniture

Positioning Furniture

via Home Adore Furniture should be placed in a way that does not restrict free passage through the room. People should be able to sit with their backs to a wall whenever possible. One famous Feng Shui principle is the positioning of the bed. It should be positioned in...
Declutter

Declutter

via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles One of the most important things to keep in mind is to ensure a harmonious home and life. Get rid of clutter! Clutter in the home restricts the flow of positive energy, and can result in cluttered thinking. Clutter can also be a...
Complementing One Another

Complementing One Another

via Nate Berkus Although there are some interior design styles that can be detrimental to Feng Shui, more often than not, the principles of both work well together. Clutter and disarray are no-no’s in good interior design, and they also disrupt the positive energy...
Incorporation

Incorporation

via Architectural Digest Applying interior design and Feng Shui together can bring harmony to your home, making you feel good, as well as improving your life. When you incorporate Feng Shui into interior design practices appropriately, the end product can be...
Feng Shui vs. Interior Design

Feng Shui vs. Interior Design

via Architectural Digest Although they are correlated, Feng Shui and interior design are different from one another. Interior design and decorating primarily refer to the enhancing of the visual aspects of a space. On the other hand, the principles of Feng Shui are...
Harmonize Your Home

Harmonize Your Home

via Domaine Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy that teaches us the ways to harmonize with our surroundings. Many people have considered Feng Shui as almost synonymous with interior design and decorating, as the principles can be part of good interior...